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Description: A film produced in India about India in the 1950s

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Clip #: TFA-86B
Length: 11:37
Color: B/W
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1950s
Region: South Asia
Country: India
Subject: Factories
Original: 16mm
Keywords:
1950s, India, Arabian Sea, shore, waves rolling onto beach, Lord Krishna temple, cement factory, woman making yarn on Charkha, spinning wheel, man using handloom, hand loom, Bombay, textile mill, mechanized looms, mill workers, ancient paper from Nepal, paper being made by hand, man hanging paper to dry, bamboo trees, machine made paper, paper mill, Calcutta, mill workers, cattle, leather tanning, cobblers turning tanned hides into sandals, shoe factory, assembly line, workers making shoes on machines, mass production, steel industry, Jamsetji Tata portrait, Chota Nagpur, Jamshedpur, Sakchi, iron and steelworks, furnace, iron and steel workers, agriculture, agricultural field, poor village street scene, peasants, factory workers walking, men and women using traditional well, women carrying water on their heads, men making handicrafts, potter making pot on wheel, pottery, Mithapur, salt works, builders, workers using tools, train, man servicing airplane, pedestrians crossing street, Calcutta, shipyard, first modern Indian built ship is launched, assembly plant, workers assembling airplanes, power, transmission towers, water pipeline, ceiling fan spinning above man's head, train, mill, factory, factory workers, Indian man wearing turban bowing


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